Construction begins on second hull in Van der Valk BeachClub 660 series
by Miranda Blazeby
Dutch yard Van der Valk has revealed that construction is underway on the second hull in its BeachClub 660 series.
The all-aluminium yacht has a “contemporary and dynamic appearance,” the yard said, and a number of customisation layout possibilities. These range from structural and equipment choices to interior styling, such as specific fabrics, materials and upholstery.
The yacht boasts three exterior spaces, the beach deck with sunlounge, aft deck and foredeck. The interior comprises an upper saloon with an indoor helm station, lower deck saloon and accommodation quarters.
The BeachClub 660 will be equipped with two Volvo Penta IPS-1050 engines for a top speed of 30 knots.
Meanwhile the first hull in the series, the BeachClub 660 flybridge, is nearing the end of construction at the Dutch yard’s Waalwijk facility and is on schedule for delivery this summer.